Technical High School - Techoes Yearbook (St Cloud, MN)
- Class of 1940
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typ1fies you as he act1vely proceeds through the formal
and 1nformal school hfe that comprlses a year of
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two mmportant helds of act1v1t3 the currlcular and
the extra turrltullr or the formal and the rnformal
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complete and pleasant rem1nder of the school year
1939 and 1940
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We see h1m as a Sophomore as a jun1or and fmally
as a Sen1or He may be l1sted among the honor grad
uates and 1f he IS there he wrll be r1ght next to the
faculty that gulded and helped h1m through h1s three
Where1n Jo Tec grasps hrs orange and black
pennant and marches 1n the Homecom1ng parade
Perhaps he Wlll be found 1n any one of the many
organlzatrons that make Tech the well rounded school
It IS or he may have been an athlete and won the
coveted letter grven to our athletlc greats Then
aga1n he probably was a member of one of our cham
p1onsh1p musrcal groups and spent much t1me prepar
1ng hrmself for many enjoyable hours after graduat1on
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JofTec never forgets that he is a young American and as such,
a student who faces a life that holds promise of liberty and all its bless'
ings. He has learned the tolerance and forbearance upon which his
democracy is hased and he stands in the group on the facing page with
his hand raised, pledging allegiance to his flag.
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Dr NI A Sivinslti Willi m Petters H B Gough
H0130 0F EDIUATIU
The board of education is the nucleus behind Tech.
It decides upon the appropriations for every de-
partment and approves the annual school budget.
The policy of the school government, also, is
formulated by the school board. They offer
their services free because they are, themselves,
interested in the development of our future
With a record of being selected superintendent of public school of St. Cloud for ten
successive years, Superintendent H. B. Gough continues with his work of educa-
tional supervision. Included in his varied routine of work is the execution of Board
of Education decisions, preparation of school budgets, regulation of school expendi-
tures, introduction of new courses of study and arrangements for new school buildings.
The students know Mr. Gough as the genial person who has their interests uppermost
in his mind, who is always ready to aid them in any way he can. He has promoted
principles of democracy and instilled in students a gratitude for being American citizens.
hs coordinator and employment rela-
position requires a complete compre-
sight saving instructor is truly a necessity
any large high school. Mr. Lewis E.
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among the students has been enthusias-
Mr. Frank J. Herda held the position of vice-
principal of the Technical High School since the
beginning of the 1939 school year. He hailed from
Alexandria Where he was principal for twelve years.
Mr. Herda attended the Prescott High School in
Wisconsin where he participated in dramatics and
newspaper work. He received a B. S. degree in
mathematics and an M. A. in education. One of his
accomplishments at Tech is the re-establishment of
the National Honor Societyg another interest is the
teaching of plane geometry.
teacher is Mr. Dwight D. Chinnock.
of young people. Mr. Theodore
supervises the printing of the Tech
as well as instructing regular printing
and an Industrial Problems class.
has charge of this de artmentg his
accepted at Tech.
Miss Elizabeth Clark is one of the persons who
has done the most in creating the fine spirit of co-
operation and good-fellowship which exists in the
Technical High School. Her untiring efforts to-
ward maintaining a high scholastic standard for the
student body has been rewarded, and she is re-
cognized as one of the most efficient persons in her
position. Miss Clark possesses a personality which
has proved unusually favorable among the Tiger
Techites and members of the faculty, while her daily
activity has won many personal friends.
Instructor of English 12 and head of the
English department, is Miss Cora Dorsey.
1940 seniors will remember her for her under-
standing cooperation as their class adviser.
Four senior English classes meet every day
in room 235 to increase their knowledge of
world literature under the tutelage of Miss
Margarette McNaughton. In addition
to teaching English, Miss Helen Carter
guided the Girls' Glee Club through another
year of vocal training and public perform-
ances. . A 4,
Miss Clara Ledahl is librarian of Technical
High. Because of her extremely fine know-
lege of books and her understanding of young
people and their bookish trends, she has
proved a very helpful person in the library.
Mrs. Armella Ladner is another of the
teachers at Tech who is listed under the
commercial column. Students admire her
capability. Mr. Hiram Gruba teaches
Senior social studies and economic geo-
graphy. He is a popular and well-liked per-
son among the faculty and students.
Any fellow who is mechanically inclined, or,
who has a carpenter's instinct can tell you
who all the following are: Mr. James W.
Turner has charge of woodwork. Mr.
Robert Miller teaches the fellows auto-
motives. Although this is the first year Mr.
Tice has taught at the Tiger Tech, he is
doing splendidly with all of the boys, who
as yet are rather new to him.
the everyday activity of her students N
Myrtle Bacon has encouiaged partir
tion in declamation, radio programs, sci
plays and public discussions. An acc'
plished artist and designer in her own ri
Miss Myrtie Glasser helped many artis
ally inclined students to develop their
dividual talent. The art course includes
I, art H and advanced art. Tropl
plaques and medals decorate the music
partment, where Mr. Erwin A. Hertz ht
rehearsals for the prize-winning chorus, o
chestra and band.
In an effort to integrate speech work v
more ads for the Tech paper, Nlis
Hawkins dey otes many hours to
the business staff. Ty ping and
classes give her a complete daily prog
In the capacity of adviser to the Tec
business staff, Mr. Mathew Omann pla
an important part in the publication of
1940 Techoes. He also teaches seniors
why and wherefore of American Democr
Mr. Hod Wittmayer advised and direi
two publication staffs, taught two classes
junior students the fundamentals of jour
ism and found time to study Hamlet x
his classes in English 12.
With an ad here, an ad there and
Miss Gertrude Gove is one of the com-
petent history teachers at the Technical
High School, she teaches American history.
World history is taught by Miss Orelle
Oberg and Mr. Theodore M. Zeyher. two
other very capable instructors. Mr. Zeyher
not only teaches world history, but German
as well. Because of their broad historical
knowledge and ability to understand people
of teen age, these three teachers have ac-
complished much in training their students.
men who have contributed much to-
the physical development of many
echites are: Mr. Ray Stensrud, Mr. Lloyd
and Mr. Vernon Morrison. Mr.
rison is the head coach of the
ball squad, and a teacher of Senior
studies. Mr. Stensrud teaches
ysicll education and American history,
Junior subject. He also coached the "IS"
all team. Mr. Johnson teaches
history. a sophomore subject and is
of the "B" football squad.
Mr. Floyd Lueben is capably carrying out
his work as a commercial instructor, he runs
the public address system and recording de-
vice which has aided greatly in his work
with salesmanship. If you were to ask who
three of Tech's commercial teachers are, you
would no doubt get this answer, "Miss
Almeter, Miss Ryberg, and Mr. Lueben."
Miss Mary Almeter is doing a fine job of
teaching her students in the commercial
field and Miss Anna B. Ryberg is doing
equally as well.
Tech girls have extremely enjoyed working
with Miss Ethelwyn Weir who is spending
her third year at Tech as a home economics
instructor. Miss Constance Malmsten,
a former Central Junior High home econo-
mics instructor, is now teaching home eco-
nomics to the people at Tech. Miss Lorraine
Raugust is instructor of girls' physical edu-
cationj this includes various branches of
sports, such as dancing, swimming, archery,
and basketball. All three of these teachers
are well-liked by the students.
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Miss Jessie Smith is recognized as one of
the popular instructors ol' mathematics at
Tech High. Mr. Ralph .Xntil teaches
mathematics and physicsg he is also head
coach of the "A" basket ball squad. Many
victories have been claimed because of Mr.
Antil's ability to understand and coach boys
of high school age. Mr. J. Miller Lune-
mann is another of Tec-h's competent mathe-
matics instructorsg he guides the destinies
of the student council.
Miss Theresa Mulrean teaches biology at
Tech. She is a well-known member of the
faculty, not only because of her pleasing per-
sonality among the students, but because of
her complete understanding of her subject.
Mr. Oscar Nelson instructs household
science and physics. Mr. Nelson is another
of the popular instructors with the student
body. Mr. Horace Hollmeyer teaches
chemistryg his jovial character is admired by
.E IUR H0 UR HULL
Highest Scholastic Honors
Mary Ann Dawson
Margaret Ann Bengtson
Dox is Ellenbecker
Ann Kathryn Hennemann
Clara Mae Gau
Hrgh Scholastlc Honors
Donna Iune Schmidt
Dons Mae Ware
Mary Gloria Hethermgton
Ina Marle Ohs
Imogene Bretz N a'ed1ctor1an
Robert Clark Salutatorlan
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Leading the Senior Class as president IS lawrence
Brammer, an actne member of band, orchestra and
The 3CtlVltl9S of Bernice Strentz, uce president, in
clude G A A Dance Club and Watlonal Honor
During her yeals at Tech, Mary Winter secretary
participated in sports, music Student Councll and
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Occupylng the positron of treasurer is Charles
Gregory, 1939 football co captam His interests in
clude basket ball and track
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HAROLD ACHMAN .... TOM ALEXANDER--Floriculture Club: Swimming: Intramural Basket
Ball .... DORIS ALLENSLife Saving: Chorus: Commercial Club: Thespians .... WILMA ALLEN-
Orchestra: Chorus .... KAREL ALLMAN-Masquers: Art Club: French Club: T. N. T.: Thespians:
National Honor Society: Orchestra: Student Council Vice President: Theatre Orchestra: Tech Staff ....
VVAYNE ANDERBERG .... CAROL ANDERSON .... Orchestra: Chorus: Swimming: American
GEORGE ANNAS .... RITA ANTII.f Commercial Club: Order of Gregg Artists ...., A NTHONY
BALLMAN-V-Swimming: Ping Pong: Hockey .... GORDON BARBAROSSA-IIntramural Basket Bal :
Christmas Play: Usher: National Honor Society ..... A LWIN BARGABUS-Band: Swimming ....
DOROTHY BARTHELEMYP Student Council: Art Club .... BLANCHE BARTLETTf-Volleyball:
Swimming: Mixed Chorus: Basket Ball.
MARGARET ANN BENGTSONfBand: Orchestra: Chorus: Solo Club: Swimming: Thespians: Masquers:
Theatre Orchestra: National Honor Society .... BILL BENNEWITZ-Intramural Basket Ball: Football:
National Honor Society .... .IIM BENSEN--P. T.: Junior Class Student Council Representative:
Intramural Basket Ball .... MARIAN BENTZf-Band: Mixed Chorus: Het' Tec: Commercial Club:
Thespians: Order of Gregg Artists: Swimming .... ETIIEL BETTENBERG Thespians: Swimming:
Badminton: Tumbling: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Art Club: "Jerry" .... ELNORE BILLIG . . . .
RITA BINZIK -Chorus: Hec Tec: Floriculture Club.
RICHARD BITTNER-Basket Ball: Track: Usher: Senior Student Council Representative: National Honor
Society .... LAVVRENCE BLAIS ...., A NGELINE BLOCK V- German Club .... LA NEE BOMAN -
Glee Club: Swimming: Band .... IIARRIET BORSYOLD - Mixed Chorus: Thespians: Commercial Club:
Hec Tec: Tech Staff: Techoes Staff: Order of Gregg Artists: Student Council .... CLIFFORD BRACKEN
. . . . LAWRENCE BRAMMERH Senior Class President: Band: Music- Council: Orchestra: Declamation:
Student Council: National Honor Society.
GRACE BRANDENBURGER- -Thespians: Mixed Chorus: Orchestra: American Club .... IMOGENE
BRETZ- Basket Ball: Editor of The Tech: Student Council Secretary: Commercial Club President: National
Honor Society: Valedictorian: D. A. R. Award .... DE LORIS BRINKMAN-National Honor Society:
Thespians: G. A. A.: Basket Ball: Volleyball: Swimming: Archery Head: Quill and Scroll President: T. N. T.
Treasurer: Managing Editor and Girls' Sports Editor of The Tech .... RITA BRUTGERfGerman
Club .... DELROY BRZINSKI-Football .... BUD BUETTNI-1RfSwimming: Intramural Basket
Ball: Ping Pong: Student Council ..... A LICE BURKE.
IIARRIET BURWICK -Swimming: Commercial Club: Order of Gregg .Artists .... MONROE BUTTS
Swimming: Intramural Basket Ball: Track: Floriculture Club: Band .... FLORENCE CARP- -Thespians:
Hec Tec: Swimming: Order of Gregg Artists .... DOROTIIY CATER ..... A LVINA CIIAIKA ....
MARILYN CHAPMAN---Techoes Business Staif: Basket Ball .... GERALDINE CIIIRHART Volley-
ball: Mixed Chorus: Techoes Business Staff: National Honor Society.
VIRGINIA L. CIIRISTEN Girls' Glee Club: German Club Vice President .... JAMES S. CLAERBOUT
Sophomore Class Vice President: Chorus: Verse Speaking Choir: Radio Club: Junior Executive Council:
Intramural Basket Ball .... ROBERT S. CLARK --Chorus, National Honor Society: Salutatorian . . . .
LOLA COCHRANE- -T. N. T.: G. A. A.: Quill and Scroll: Hec Tec President: Sophomore and Senior Exe-
cutive Council: Chorus: Orchestra: French Club: Tech Staff: Thespians: Basket Ball: Swimming: Tech Busi-
ness Staff: National Honor Society: D. A. R. Essay Contest .... THERESA CONDON-Commercial
Club: Order of Gregg Artists: Tech Business Staff .... M ELVIN CONRAD -Radio Club .... STUART
CREIGHTON---Chorus: Art Club.
ELMER CREMERS---Football .... JEAN DAHLfOrder of Gregg Artists: Commercial Club . . . .
MARY LEE DALEYH Speech Festival .... DONALD DANZL -German Club: Floriculture Club . . . .
MARY ANN DAWSON Tech Staff: Quill and Scroll: T. N. T.: Masquers: Band: Orchestra: Verse Speak-
ing Choir: Student Council: Music Council: National Solo Contest: Thespians: All School Party: Life Saving:
"Jerry": Declamation: Speech Festival: Posture Queen: National Honor Society .... JACK DEERING -
Swimming .... RUTH DENNYfGirls' Glee Club: Thespians: Order of Gregg Artists: Commercial Club
INEZ DES MARIASfStudent Council: Swimming: Volleyball: G. A. A ..... LYLE DEWEY-Orches-
tra .... JEANETTE DONAGHUEkSWimming .... LILA DONOVAN .... BERTHA EILERS-
Thespians: Hec Tec: Swimming .... DORIS EI.LENBECKER+Band: Orchestra: Pep Band: Music
Council: G. A. A.: Life Saving: Basket Ball: Badminton: Tumbling: T. N. T. Vice President: Christmas Play:
Masquers: Student Council President: Art Club Secretary-Treasurer: Posture Contest: National Honor
Society .... MARIE EMSLANDER.
LEROY ENGEI. Swimming .... KATHLEEN ENGELS-fBand: Volleyball: Student Council: Christ-
mas Project Chairman: Speech Festival: National Honor Society .... DEAN ERICKSON-Intramural
Basket Ball: Table Tennis .... JEAN ESTEY-President of Masquers: Quill and Scroll: Verse Speaking
Choir: Tech Stal? Feature Editor: Techoes Staff: French Club: Life Saving: Order of Gregg Artists: Christ-
mas Play: National Honor Society .... RAY EVESLAGE .... JOHN FANDEIffChorus: Thespians:
Intramural Basket Ball: Band: Verse Speaking Choir: Bonfire Chairman .... CONRAD FEIA--Chorus.
LEONE FEIA Swimming: Art Club: Conservation Club: Commercial Club: Order of Gregg Artists ....
BERNICE FENEIS Girls' Glee Club .... BIERNADETTA FERKINIIOFF .... HELEN FIOLA
Girls' Glee Club: Dance Club: Conservation Club: Swimming: Posture Contest ..., KENNETH FOSTER
. . . . LAVVRENCE R. FOSTMEIER--Thespians: Swimming . . . . NORETTE FRANSSENS- Or-
chestra: Tumbling: Basket Ball: Band: Chorus: G. A. A.: Volleyball: Commercial Club: Dance Club: Order
of Gregg Artists.
GERAINE FRICK Thespians: Girls' Glee Club Secretary-Treasurer: Pianist: l.Il,l.AMAE FRIEBE
National Honor Society: Student Council: Music Council: Art Club: Thespians: Masquers: Dance Club:
Band: Orchestra: Drum Major: Tech Staff: Techoes Co-editor: Intramural Volleyball: Declamation ....
.I. PHILIP GAETZA -Swimming: Intramural Basket Ball: Homecoming: .... CLARA MAE GALV
Thespians: Hee Tec .... PHYLLIS GEISLER- Order of Gregg Artists: German Club: Commercial
Club .... GVVICNDOLYN GlI,I,ESPIE-- Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Swimming: Volleyball ....
.IOIIN GILMAN Band: Pep Band: Orchestra: President of Music Council: Thespians: Masquers: Junior
Class President: Student Council: Declamation: National Honor Society: Verse Speaking Choir: Radio Plays:
Techoes Business Staff.
ROSE GOERGER- German Club: Commercial Club: Order of Gregg Artists .... RUTH GOLDTHORPE
. . . . DONALD GOTTWALD . . . . EVELYN GOTTWAI.DfCommercial Club: Order of Gregg Artists
. . . . EDRIS GRAHAM-Commercial Club: Order of Gregg Artists: Techoes Business Staff: National
Honor Society .... IIEIIEN GRAHAM-Senior Float Committee: Art Club .... DONALD GRAMS.
LORRAINE GREELY-Student Council: G. A. A.: Basket Ball: Volleyball: Swimming:Mixed Chorus
. . . . CHARLES GREGORY- -Football: Basket Ball: Track: Intramural Basket Ball: Senior Class Trea-
surer: National Honor Society .... ROBERT GROSS .... DAMIAN GRUBER--Tech Printing
Staff: Art Club .... DANIEL GRUMSTRUP-Masquers: Thespians: Band: Dance Band ......
HAROLD GL'LDI-1-National Honor Society: Techoes Staff: Thespians: Conservation Club .... MARIE
GUTZKE- Hec Tec Secretary-Treasurer: G. A. A. Vice President: Basket Ball: Volleyball: Badminton.
RALPH HACKMAN .... RALPH HADDEN-Football: Basket Ball: Usher: Swimming: Intramural
Basket Ball: National Honor Society .... RANDY IIAIGH .... MARY ANN HALL-G. A. A.:
Hec Tec: Thespians: Volleyball: Swimming: Toy Project: Homecoming Committee .... MILTON HALL
-A-Student Council: Christmas Play .... HELEN IIALOYNIA-Volleyball: Dance Club .... PIERRE
FERN IIARTFIELW -Chorus: Order of Gregg Artists: Commercial Club .... .IAM ES HARTGRAVES -f
Intramural Basket Ball: Football: Ping Pong: Swimming .... ELEANORE IIARTNIAN- German Club
President: American Club: Floriculture Club: G. A. A.: Basket Ball: Volleyball: Tumbling: Badminton:
Archery: Commercial Club: National Honor Society .... WALTER IIARTMAN ..... GLORIA
IIALTCK Student Council .... LORRAINE Nl. IIAUG Girls' Glee Club: Order of Gregg Artists:
Commercial Club .... HELEN IIAWKINS Library Cadet: American Club.
IIILDA III-lC'I'OR--Hec Tec: Swimming: Art Club: Floriculture Club .... BICLVA IIIZDLIIND-7 Girls'
Glee Club .... VIRGINIA HEINZEI,+Girls' Glee Club: Tech Business Staff Manager: Declamation
. . . . MARJORIE HIEITZMAN f-Life Saving: Girls' Glee Club: Thespians: German Club . . . . ANGELA
IIENlPEI,-- Tech Business Staff: Girls' Glee Club .... JAMES IIENKI-INIICYICR Intramural Basket
Ball: Band .... ROSI-1 IIENNI-IK--Floriculture Club: Hec Tec.
ANN KATIIRYN IIIENNEMAN- Thespians: Swimming: Speech Festival .... YIYIAN IIICNNICNIAN 7
Swimming: Ilec Tec .... DELBISRT IIIENNINGH-'Trac-k: Thespians: Swimming: Usher ..., YERNA
IIERMANSON 'Tech Business Staff: German Club .... BICRNICE HIGGINS Intramural Basket
Ball .... l'1II.IiICN IIINNENKANIPH-Swimming: German Club .... SIIICRBING IIOOVICR Foot-
ball: Intramural Basket Ball: Staging Committee.
JOY B. HOPKINS Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Floriculture Club: Swimming: Posture Contest: Thes-
pians .... DARRELL ISAACSON-Thespians' President: Student Council: Usher: Swimming. . . .
THOMAS E. JAICGER Football: Intramural Basket Ball .... I.EONA JANCIK .... ELAINE
JASKOWIAK T. N. T.: Girls' Glee Club: Archery: Volleyball: Music Council: Techoes Staff: National
Honor Society .... ETIIEI. JENDI-lRSECKf G. A. A.: Swimming: Volleyball: Commercial Club: Order
of Gregg Artists ..... A RLICI-IN I-Z. JOHNSON--French Club: American Club: Techoes Staff: Tech Staff:
A Capella Choir.
WINIFRI-LD JOIINSON I-'loriculture Club: Girls' Glee Club: Swimming .... EDWARD J. JORDAN
Student Council: Junior Class Treasurer: Masquers: Radio Choral linszemble: Verse Speaking Choir: Ameri-
can Club President: Declamation: Boys' Glee Club: A Capella Choir: ".Ierry": National Honor Society . . . .
CONNIIC KAIII. Techoes Business Staff .... DAN KANIPA .... FLORI-INIIIC KAPLAN Hec Tec:
Thespians: American Club: Basket Ball .... SIDNEY KAPLAN Football: Intramural Basket Ball:
Track: I,et!ermen's Club: Swimming .,.. DORIS KE!-QNEY German Club: Volleyball.
MYRON KENNEDY- -American Club: Orchestra: Ring and Pin Committee: National Honor Society . . . .
JIM KILIAN--Intramural Basket Ball .... CHARLOTTE KLEIN .... .IEROMI-1 KI.EIN-Swim-
ming .... RUTH KLEIN-T. N. T.: Art Club: National Honor Society: Chorus: Declamation: Thespians:
Conservation Club ..... A LMA KLESCZ-Girls' Glee Club .... STELLA KLIMA- 'Order of Gregg
LL'I-ZLLA KNII-ZR Student Council: Hec Tec: Commercial Club: Techoes Staff: Order of Gregg Artists:
National Honor Society .... DELPHIN G. KOIILER---Projection Club: Swimming: Radio Club ....
III-lLliN KOPREK G. A. A.: Volleyball: Badminton: Archery: Posture Contest: Swimming .... WILL-
IAM KOIITS Floriculture Club President: Mixed Chorus: Boys' Glee Club .... ED. KOWALKOW-
SKI American Club: Class Basket Ball .... ESTI-ILLIE KRL'CIITl'lN Girls' Glee Club: Volleyball:
German Club .... FRED KUIQBI-ILBECK-Track.
IIIQLEN KUIIN -German: Commercial Club: Order of Gregg Artists .... PATRICIA KYI,I'1-ff Verse
Speaking Choir: American Club: Declamation: Dance Club: Archery: Swimming: T. N. T.: Mixed Chorus:
Thespians: Executive Council: National Honor Society .... AUGUST LANG --Football: Intramural
Basket Ball .... FRED I.ANG-- Swimming .... CARROLL LANGTON Projection Club: Swimming:
Usher: Printing Staff: Intramural Basket Ball Manager .... LELAND LARSON .... CAVE LAR-
SONH French Club: Tech Staff.
JACK LAUDENBACII-fFootball: Intramural Basket Ball .... LIQCILLE I,AWRIiNCEf--Thespians:
Swimming: Girls' Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Music Council: Student Council: Declamation ..... A LFRED
LI-ZASIQ Tec-hoes Co-editor: Tech Staff: Speech Festival: Verse Speaking Choir: Swimming: T. B. Contest:
National Honor Society: Book XYGSIK Radio Script: Homecoming Play .... RUTH Ll-XIIINI-1R ....
LOUISE LEIINI-1N Volleyball: German Club: Thespians .... .IAM I-IS LIQNGAS Football: Intramural
Basket Ball ..... A RTIIUR LEY Tech Printing Staff.
MARJORIE LII.JENBERGfGirls' Glee Club: Tech Staff: Thespians .... STANLEY LILLOUIST- -
Football: Intramural Basket Ball .... PATRICIA LINDLAN-Girls' Glee Club: American Club: Order
of Gregg Artists: Commercial Club .... .IAMES LINTGEN-Vflntramural Basket Ball: Swimming ....
VVILLIAM LOMM ELI ,.... EYELYN LONG-Girls' Glee Club: Volleyball: mlan. 1941+ .... NELLIE
LUCKEROTH-German Club: Floriculture Club.
HOWARD LUEHMANN-Band: Quill and Scroll: Tech Staff .... LOREN MCCARTH YfP. T. Presi-
dent: Sports Editor of Tech: Football Manager: Basket Ball Manager: Intramural Basket Ball: Quill and
Scroll Secretary-Treasurer: Homecoming: Swimming: Ping Pong: Intramural Basket Ball Manager: Techoes
Sports Editor .... DORIS McDOWELLSAmerican Club: Swimming: Thespians: Girls' Glee Club: Christ-
mas Play: Tech Stalf .... GEORGIA McDOWELL-Chorus: Girls' Glee Club: Thespians: Life Saving:
Solo Contest: Tech Business Staff: "Jerry" .... LLOYD MCNEAL--Band: Dance Band: P. T. . . . .
JOHN MCRAE -Floriculture Club .... MARJORIE MacDONALD-Thespians: Basket Ball: Tech
Staff: Chorus: Girls' Glee Club.
BERNICE MAEHRENf--Swimming .... EDVVARD MALIKOWSKI-'fStudent Council .... RALPH
MALLINGERA Band .... ROBERT MANUEL-Football: Swimming: Art Club: National Honor So-
ciety President .... ERVIN MASLONKOVVSKI .... LUELLA MATHIASEN'-Order of Gregg Artists:
Commercial Club .... BOB MATHIS-Thespians.
HARRY MEHR-Radio Club .... RITA METTENBERG-Chorus: Tech Staff: Thespians: "The Ring
and the Look": Student Council: Junior Class 'Vice President: Declamation: Senior Class Representative:
Verse Speaking Choir: Masquers .... CORRINE METZROTH--Thespians: Orchestra: Solo Contest:
Chorus: Dance Orchestra: "Jerry": Music Council .... EYELYN MEYER- Thespians: Commercial
Club: German Club .... SHIRLEY MIKEL-Student Council: Masquers Secretary: Verse Speaking
Choir .... ELAINE NIILLI-IR Girls' Glee Club .... I,Yl,Ii G. MILLER.
GEORGE MINI-IRA 'P. T ..... DICK MINTONfAmerican Club: German Club: Verse Speaking Choir
. . . . .IEANETTE MITCHELI.ffArt Club: Girls' Glee Club: Order of Gregg Artists . . . . EILEEN
MOHS-ff-Hec Tec: Tech Staff: Tech Business Staff: G. A. A.: French Club: Art Club: Chorus: Basket Ball:
Volleyball: Thespians: Homecoming .... MARVIN MOLL-Football: Usher: Swimming: Track: Table
Tennis: Lettermen's Club: German Club: Intramural Basket Ball .... ROMAN B. MONDLOCHW
Intramural Basket Ball: Track: Ping Pong: Swimming .... JIM MOONII-2Rf-Techoes Business Staff:
Commercial Club Reporter: Order of Gregg Artists.
WANDA MORFITT .... VIRGINIA MUND-Band: Volleyball: Basket Ball: Badminton: Order of
Gregg Artists: Senior Executive Council: G. A. A. Secretary .... IIAROLD NATHE .... LOIS NEL-
SON German Club: Art Club: Swimming: Order of Gregg Artists .... ROSEMARY NICOLIN- Order
of Gregg Artists: Commercial Club ..... A LBERT NIETERS .... VERNON OBERMILLER.
INA MARIE OIISW -Thespians: French Club: Band: T. N. T.: Pep Band: Tech Staff: Techoes Business Staff:
American Club: Quill and Scroll Vice President: "Jerry": Student Council: National Honor Society . . . .
ROGER OLSON--German Club: Swimming: Floriculture Club: Homecoming: Student Council: Hockey
. . . . MARY ELIZABETH 0LZENAK+German Club: Verse Speaking Choir: American Club . . . .
WANDA OPITZ .... JAMES OSGOOD .... ROSELLA OTTO-Basket Ball: Volleyball: Swim-
ming: Secretary-Treasurer of German Club: Order of Gregg Artists .... WALLACE PATTOCK- Stu-
dent Council: Sophomore Football.
VERA PERRY--Thespians .... IIARRIET PETRON- 'Order of Gregg Artists: I-Iec Tec: Commercial
Club .... DOUGLAS PICK'-Band: Orchestra: Dance Band: Senior Executive Council: Intramural
Basket Ball .... VVILLIAM PIKUS .... MARGARET PLACHECKI .... ROBERT PLACHE-
GRI- Intramural Basket Ball: Verse Speaking Choir: Swimming: Thespians: American Club .... RUTH
PLANTENBERG Swimming: Basket Ball: Tech Business Staff: Commercial Club.
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IRl-NI- PI OMBON Swxmmlng Basket Ball Iolleyball IEROY PORLPSRX Orchestra
PALL PORVSOLL Thesp1ans Yerse Speaklng Choxr Amerrcan Club Intramural Basket Ball
ROSEXIARY PORVSALI Commercxal Club XIX IAN POSTER T N T Tech Busmess Staff
Tech Stal? Techoes Staff BII L POTTER Art Club Declamatxon Techoes Busmess Staff Xerse
Speakmg Cholr Thesplans RUTH PRAM ANNI Order of Gregg Artrsts Swrmmmg Yolleyball
Orchestra Mxxed Chorus Amerlcan Club Commerual Club Thesplans TechoesSt1fI
DANID PUNG P T Band Orchestra Intramural Basket Ball Swlmmlng Track Pep Band
W AITIR A RADRE Orchestra Band Thesplans Intramural Basket Ball Ameruan Club Swrmmmg
BI-TIIIA RANGER Smmmmg Xolleyball 'NIILDRED RANK Art Club Thesplans Stu
dent Councll Tec-hoes Buslness Staff Natlonal Honor Socxety OLENTIN RI-LIATLNVS AID
Amerlcan Club LORRAINE REIIER Thesplans LHARII-S A RILHTER Chorus
I I- ANDI' R Si HROPDER I PONARD SLIIRALT JEANETTI' SK IIOL 'NIARPR Basket
Ball Commerclal Club Order of Gregg Artrsts DON Al D SC IINOBRIC II Football Track Student
Councll Svwmmxng .Il-RONII' Qi IINIIDIR I rse Speaklng Cholr Student Countll Swlmmmg
Football Intramural Basket Ball Tumblmg Q AROI INI SC IINlI'I'I Xl KRGARET
SC IINIIDT Tech Busmess Staff Basket Bal
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Swxmmmg Xolleyball Basket Ball G A A Techoes Staff VS II I IANI St IINIID Band
PI ARI SCII1 ACHECK Order of Gregg Artrsts X olleyball X IRC INIA St III-ND7I- LOS
G A A Thesplans Basket Ball Badmmton Archery Swlmmmg Xolleyball Dance Club Posture Con
test IRS IN Sf HEI-I Band Orchestra Nluslc Councll PALI Si H XII-I R
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Thesplans NIlX9d Chorus -Xmerlcan Club LIIARI IS SARTI-II Intramural Basket Ball Florl
culture Club Conserxatlon Club 'NI ARJORII- SAATTIR Badmmton Basket Ball Kolleyball
Swlmmlng Tennls Tumblmg JM lx ROTII VNII I IKNI ROSSNIAN Stage Commlttee
MARX ANN ROSI-NBERGI-R German Club Art Club Conservatxon Club Order of Gregg Artlsts
If RX IN ROHI ING Student Counul Class Basket Ball Swlmmmg Techoes Buslness Staff Hockey
RM' ROBBINS Orchestra Thesplans 'Vhxed Chorus Glrls Theatre Orchestra Band Pep Band 'Uas
quers Dance Band Trlo Yerse Speakmg Cholr Ierry French Club Swlmmlng Techoes Busmess Staff
Hockey Natlonal Honor SOC16ty Bl' RTIIA ROBBIN Art Club Hec Tec German Club
RAY RllNGI-JR JEAN RICHTER German Club Art Club XIKTOR St HVIARLUN
BALH Florlculture Club Football Lettermens Club Swlmmlng
GLENIN SEANGER Pfllltlllg Staif Class Basket Ball Natlonal Honor Soclety X PRA SHAINK
Commercxal Club Order of Gregg Artlsts JAMFS SLHERER Projectlon Club JEROME
SIEGNIUlND OSWALD A SIS Swlmmmg M NTTHILW SINIITH 'NIARII YN
SOLFELT Art Club Tech
IONII I A STAY RUM Order of Gregg Artlsts Amerlcan Club DONAI D STI- FI' If NTS Amerlc-an
Club Track Class Basket Ball BURTON STEFFES Football Intramural Basket Ball Pmg
Pong Lettermen s Clu Sem,or Exec tlve COUHCII I ILROY STI- IC IIIN JOIIlN STI NIANI
Football Lettegmenfg Club Swlmmlng PI I4 ANORI' STP Rl INC, Thesplans If S1 III R
STIW EN Order af Gregg Artlsts Commerc1al Club
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BOB STEVENSON- -Football: Basket Ball: Track: Lettermen's Club .... DAN STEVVART-Football:
Intramural Basket Ball: P. T.: Lettermen's Club .... MARGARET STICKLESfStudent Council:
Girls' Glee Club: Techoes Business Staif: National Honor Society .... LEO STOCK .... PATSY
STREETER -Band: Orchestra: Badminton: Theatre Orchestra .... BERNICE STREITZ-National
Honor Society: Sophomore Class President: Thespians: Student Council: G. A. A.: Head of Badminton: Dance
Club: Senior Class Vice President .... COLLETTE STL'DER--Swimming: German Club: Mixed Chorus.
CONNIE STUDER--Tech Business Staff: Tea Time Techites: Swimming: Art Club .... MARIAN
SULLIVAN-Swimming .... MERNA SWAN .... BOB SWANSONf'fSophomore Football: Intra-
mural Basket Ball: Swimming .... DELROSE SVVORSKYN-German Club: Intramural Basket Ball ....
VVALTER SVVORSKY .... EDNA TALBERT-Mixed Chorus: Orchestra: Girls' Glee Club: General
Committee: Chairman of American Club.
IRENE TANIBLI-1--Verse Speaking Choir: Christmas Play: Thespians: Masquers: Swimming: National
llonor Society .... VERNON TAYLOR Band: Track Manager: Printing Staff: Homecoming: Intra-
mural Basket Ball: Pep Band .... VIOLA THEISSEN .... CURTIS THORNTON-Thespians:
Boys' Glee Club .... BETTY TILLIT Girls' Glee Club .... RITA TORRES-f Swimming: Basket
Ball: Conservation Club .... DONALD TREBTOSKE.
ROGER TREICHEL-The-spians: Class Basket Ball: Band: Homecoming: Swimming .... DOROTHY
L'NDERSANDER--Orchestra: Thespians .... NIARCY VAN SELOVV-Tech Staff: Art Club: Swimming:
Basket Ball: Volleyball: Life Saving: Thespians: G. A. A ..... THOMAS VARNER Intramural Basket
Ball: .lunior Class Secretary: Junior Ball Chairman: Junior Class Representative: Student Council Treasurer:
Senior Representative ..... A NDREW VOGICL Intramural Basket Ball .... TOM WADHANIS -
Basket Ball: P. T ..... HAROLD WALKER Track: Basket Ball.
PAUL WALLEK .... DORIS MAE WARE-Art Club: Life Saving: Christmas Play: Tech Business
StaH: Techoes Business Staff: T. N. T. President: National Honor Society .... RAY WATERS Tumb-
ling .... JOSEPH WEBERfQuill and Scroll: Tech Staff: Swimming: Homecoming: American Club:
Orchestra: National Honor Society .... CAROL WEGNER-'fSwimming: Thespians .... PHYLLIS
WEIHRAUGHfGirls' Glee Club: Volleyball .... JOAN WEIHS
ANNA MAE WEITZEL--Thespians: Homecoming: Chorus: Art Club: Tumbling: Swimming ......
VIRGINIA WEITZEL' Student Council: Dance Club: Art Club: Tech Business Staff Manager: Masquers:
Quill and Scroll: Verse Speaking Choir: Homecoming: Thespians: "Wheels" .... BOB WENGERT
Band: Verse Speaking Choir: Thespians: Homecoming: Projection Club: Art Club: Model Aero Club: .Junior
Ball: National Honor Society .... DICK WESTRAfFootball: Intramural Basket Ball .... BERNIGE
L. VVHEELER .... BEVERLY VVILLCOXEN-Thespians .... MARY WINTER--T. N. T. Secre-
tary: Sophomore Class Secretary: Senior Class Secretary: Student Council: Girls' Glee Club: National Honor
Society: Archery: Volleyball: Techoes Staff.
DELORES WIRTZFELD--Order of Gregg Artists: Commercial Club .... HARVEY ZAHN Football:
Basket Ball .... GENE ZELLNER .... LOUISE ZENNI-IR' Mixed Chorus: Girls' Glee Club: Swim-
ming: Thespians: Homecoming .... ROMAN ZENNER Mixed Chorus: Student Council: P. T.: Intra-
mural Basket Ball: Homecoming: Operetta: National Honor Society .... MARGARET ZIEBOI, Com-
mercial Club .... DOROTHY ZILM ER.
ELAINE ZINKEN .... MARION ZIPP-Thespians: German Club ..... A L ZITUR Swimming
. . . . ANTHONY ZONTEK-Football: Intramural Basket Ball . . . . GENEVIEVE ZUPAN f-Order of
Gregg Artists: Commercial Club .... VERA ZUPAN.
ADVISORY 205 'Mr. Antil
Iirm 1. li. Nivlvrs, fi. Nm-ntl, V. Svharn-nlmrlzic-li, M. i':nnplu-ll,
I-I. K1'IlIH'fIj'. IC Ne-lson, Ii. Iiwnsf-n, fi, Mikvl.
IGN 13- II. .'MfI1'YU. A. Mills-r. V. Jars-n. f'.Slump1', I.. .Iac'ks0n.
Il. Mvlianrly. ID Javnson, R. Kin-si-, Mr. Ii. Anril.
Iimx Il. II. M1-Vrlrmivli, K. Davison. .I. Iillv-iilwa-ki-r, J. Ilfin-
arcly. G. Elhf-n, Ii. Richter H. Sxxiggum. T. Ni:-tc-rs.
ADVISORY 237 Miss H. Carter
Rim l. lb. Juhnsrzn, Ii. Olson, M. Skillrufl, I.. Filzman, Ii.
I'i:ganski. O Thurson, M. Stang, B, Olson, Miss Carte-r.
Iiovs 2. I". Slangl, l'. Iiinniv, ll. Thlll, II I.:-v, Ii. Ii:-nm-Y. I",
Ts-rrr-s, I.. XV1-irne-r, A. IH-rinvlm-kr r, .I. Tallmt.
Ruw Si. V, Svhurr-y, Ii. 'I'e-uln-r, IJ. Suri-nsnn. I". Russ, .I. We-Ish,
Il. IH-to-rsun, Ii. Mc-Kihhon, R. Thim-nos.
ADVISORY 2fMr. L. C. Crose
Row 1. L. Lahr. S. Silverness, M. Jaeger, V. Snhuc-llor, E.
Kiklas, J. Steichen, H. Plafcan, Mr. L. Frusv.
ROWZZ. P. Gronau, C. Lodermeier, D. Larson, C'. Severson,
IJ. Gilman, IJ. Ferkinhoff, D. Sand, IG, Sandau.
Rowii. R. XVii-hoff, IJ. Gardner, J. Hanson, G. Smith, Ii.
Jac-obs, R. HL-ssv. C. Ve-enslra, I. Sturm-h,
ADVISOR Y 114'--Miss Fink
Row 1. J. Vicks-rs. J. Davis, L. Hof-kr-rl. T, VH-hlancl. B.
Albright, M. VVyslra0k, K. Lindlan.
ROWZZ. M. Lose, II. Frykman, V. Frueling, Miss Ii. Fink
A. Jacobs, M. Jansen, P. Lewis,
Row 73. G. Schreiner, H. Kohler, M. Otu-, Il. l.uc-l-mme-yer,
l.. lmholte. M. Larson, I., Long.
ADVISOR Y 255 Miss COW:
Iiuw l. M. .Xj.11rs. II. The-is:-n, II. Iiivkhrmlr, I.. Mu'1nf', M
l'umlm1. M, linhman, V, Jens:-n. Il. ISI-nilvr, I.. lbavis
Row 2. Miss G, time-. V. Varm-r. I. Iiiflingm-r. II. Higgins. R
Iiric-ksun. F. Jansz-n, IJ. Klan-rl-tamp, A. Ilrmlmgrn-n
Iiuwil. G. Hansen, IJ, XVeyrens, A. Ilarg, M. Su-arns. ll
Stanley, J. Linquisl, J. Benson, J. Munfi. J. Meyer
Ii LINNA 15.
SOR Y 202---Mr. Ilollmeyer
J. Stanger, IJ. Hum. I.. Gustafson, S. The-is:-n, I.
Buetlner. F. Ne-ttvr. IJ. Be-lzolfl, E
Lukf-, I. Clark
. Thompson, I1
. Gmsemun, Q
Mr. H. H0IImf1yf-r. J. Ilmrm-r, I. Ke-firuwski.
Knatla, A. Nohnf-r, XY. Shif-IIIQ, II
Iiuc-hlm-, A. Schne-irif-r, M. Vlassf-n.
J. Iiurgmvivr. I.. Ilvinzvl, .I. Schmidt. W. S1-hmiflt
J. Iiillf-r, K.I"1Ivy, Ii. Slrwk, I.. S1'hmi4I, Y. More-Imu-v
SORY 238 Miss I.. Johnson
1. -I ' " '
I.. I mall-r,N. I rm-II, I. M21rs1,,X. Burr:-tl. A. If.'svnr1-1r'I'1
S. Yfrth, Il. Vfinll-r, .I. Simmflrs, Miss I.. JoI:nss.n
M. XVI-rnvrt, M. Ilingman, Il. I'uIisr-h, I. Ilsmxwn, Ii
VVQ-rnert, I. Wx-isman, M. Witte, I. XV:-ienuuxn.
H. Malmburg, N. Gale, V. Sauer, I.. Hi:-I-is, IJ. Ii:-nn
R. Moors-, K. Sultan, B. Turner,
SORY 34- Mrs. Ladner
I'.. Alle-n, I.. Ilru-km-nclorf, I.. Iilvhtr-r. 1. MSI-ia, II
Ligf-rms, Ii. K1-II4-r, II. If.k'lILfl'I, Y. Iiuhml-r.
Ii. Hinz, I.. Ik-nsun. A. Gus-mzf-I, I. Iiavhvl, S. .Iagin-Ilu
I.. Ilvmlf-r, M. Symunie-tz, Mrs. A. I.a1In1-r.
I'I. Iiurge-r, V. Knit-r, Ii. Janski, XV. Zia-Iml, A. IImIy1in
I.. IM-XVIII, G. Savage-.
SURY A Mr. Slensrud
.I. Sm-vzxrla, I". Sis. M. Thu-ise-n, Y. Ilajknweki. Y
SI'IIIIl'IIIl'l', I. I-Impting, IC. Hhmun, Mr. Ii. Sn-ngrufi
IJ. I'fanne-nstr-in, M, Uvlrir-h. Ii N1-itz:-I, II, Ju-tm
Ii. I'f-le-ra. J. In-Q-xlllv, II. I ugnrd, M. I'IIn-pw-n.
IJ. Mmmnie-r, l.. flau, W. Svhvwgnman, I.. I"zIIm-nhulz
M. I-'e-rguson, Ib. TruzinwI-ri. Ii. IIary. M. t'v.rfIn-.
SORY 104 Mr. Turner
.I. IIA-nk!-mn-yvr. I'. Kr:-me-r, if Iiaxuvh. l'. Fxfh, It
llvnnv, J. I.au4-r. T. Iirannan.
I-.. .fu-hman. M. I-.mlm-h, NX. Sauvr, ll, IIuIIar1h. .I
Iirs-nnun, IC. .-'Arm-son. .I. I'atta-rsnn.
IV. Svhwinrh-I, I.. Ferguson. H. Nvlsun, I". N1-Nun
IV. Adams, Y, XVEIJBI, A. Wivklund.
ADVISORY 234- Bliss Walsh
Row 1. I-I. Zipp, Ii. Urlebet-ke, I.. Halovnia, J. Kremer. J
Paulson. J. Alme-r, S. Anderson. G. Hortsch. A
Ibm-bber. M. Moog, I-2. Munsinger.
Iiovv 2. IJ. XVinier. E. Foster. J. Barthelemy, J. Hopkins
H. Lang, E. Trac-hta, B. Ili-imc-r. H. Zilrner. K
Isaacson, K. Creighton, Miss M. A. Walsh.
Itowil. A. Bach, NI. Sharp, Ii. Meier, M. Fowler, VV
Vhirhart, W. Younger, H. Brorling, H. Conrad
A. IJesMarais, E. Sampson, J. Phillips.
ADVISORY 228. 130 Miss Wier.
Iiow l. IJ. Sullivan. J. 'Sartt-ll. Il. Mutschler, IJ. Moline
M. Elle-r, IJ. Busch, M. lille-rs, R. St-holtes, R
Kreihich. KI. Spychola. M. Ilaml,
Row 2. M. Ziebol, B. Hrgenbright. F. I.ohs4-, H. Lawrence
I.. Gill, V. The-ring, Y. Pettit, IJ. Krogh, G. St-heel
A. Free-hurg, Miss IC. VVeir.
Row il, M. Bohl. J. Iillering. I.. Plache-chi, I.. Hinnenkamp
S. Scherer, IJ. Pearson, N. Urdahl, P. Ervin, M
Odegard, E, Allen, Mr. H. Wittmayer,
Iiow 1. H. Reisi-hl, E. Thull, F. Daley, P. Butler, M
Braman. D. Johnson, Ii. English, B. Nalhe, B
Hartman, K. Hollern, T. Snyder.
CLA S HECUHD
There was a time when the Junior Class felt they played an insignificant part in Tech life,
but at the end of their second year of secondary education, they discovered that they had
become an important factor in making the school term the successful one it was. Jo-Tec,
along with the rest of his class gained confidence in himself and his ability, and with this in-
crease of self assurance he took a greater interest in the activity that surrounded him.
Coming back to school in the fall of this year the class elected Bob Hary, presidentg Pat
Butler, vice-presidentg Dick Luckemeyer, secretaryg and Bob McKibben, treasurer. The
roll calls of Student Council, Art Club, French and German Clubs, and G. A. A. each included
a large percentage of juniors. Juniors were appointed to responsible Homecoming committees
and proved themselves to be capableg they played in numerous athletic contests and added
consistently to the score, as "cub" reporters, theirs was the task of giving many Tech pro-
jects the publicity that was vital to success and their journalistic talents were given full play.
Fourteen junior boys and girls were elected to the National Honor Society, and were
received into the Tech chapter in an impressive investiture ceremony March 1.
1 1 I
The Junior Class elected Bob Hary,
1940 football co-captain, as its presi-
dent, with Patricia Butler, head of
Dance Club, as vice-presidentg Dick
Luckemeyer, 1940 football co-captain,
as secretaryg and Bob McKibben,
dance band member as treasurer.
Row I. G. Raine, E. Janski, V. Siege. P. Ohmann, A. Nialikow-
ski, V. Moll, A. Ross.
Iiow2. I.. Almer, A. Johnson, M. Meixnc-r, J. Sarte-Il, K
Walker, V. Klaverkamp, E. Janski, Miss A. Hawkins
How II A. Palm, A. Bavhel, NI. Fosse, N. Meri!-ck, V. Torres
B. Trehtoske, Ii. Kehle. F. Sc-hilier, J. YViehuII'.
ADVISORY 206-Mr. Johnson
Row I. I, Zivknif-h. II. Mikiska, A. Jensen, A. Annas, G. Wells
G. Ste-inke, A. Zonlek, Il. Km-se, Ii. Sfhmirit.
Row 2. V. Iirainard, P. Guy. J, Hall. B. Martinson, IJ. Ross
IJ. Human, IC. Anderson, M. Pallow, XV. Pell-rs, Mr
Row Zi. I.. Kilian, Palm, Ii. Anderson. BI. Norrklrom, I-I
Kropp, G. Stockings-r, IJ. Deering, NI. Tre-Imlusl-w
ADVISORY 103-Mr. Lunneman
Row I. M. Snitz, F. Schulte-S, I.. Keller, B. Famphell, Ii
Henna-man, H. Netters, V. Ziebol, I.. Luzius, B
Siegmund, J. Steffes.
Row 2. M. Bissitl, S. Zimmer, P. VVeis, VV. VVenz, H. lin-rg
Strom, I.. Knese, J. Tullovk, IJ. Ibunaghue, Mr. J
Row CI. M. Barsne-ss, B. Gorman, W. Harrison, Ii. Ilumherl
G. Benn, R.. Schaefer, F. YViImes, J Buethe, N. Jun:-s
ADVISORY IIS--Mrs. Melvold
Row I. IV. Zinks-n, I.. Ford, A. Parker, A. Osgood. A. S4-hmiri
Ii. Pariowilz, V. YViIlc'oxen, V. I-ine-se, Ii. Svhlugheck
Row 2. Ii. Salle-r, S. Ilahler, J. Iialhhun, H. W1-In-r. C. Town:-
II. Vhristen, V. Vlaylon, I.. Su-vvnson.
Iiuwii. I-I. VV:-ste-rin-rg, J. Ring:-r. A. Virfie-n, Ii. Vampion
VV. Stock, ll. Bargahus, NI. Bohlsen, Mrs. H. M4-lvoI:I
ADVISORY 116-Miss Oberg
Row I. T. Seilz, I.. Aubol, BI. Fish, A. Biais. G. Nelson, NI
Thornton, O. Papermastel, V. Schmidt, P. Neil, VV
Brinkman, XI. Nierengarten, Miss U. Uberg.
ROWZ. R. Hn-rzing, E. Stehl, XI. Ziehl, I.. Hennessy. H
Svhriml. BI. Miller, A. Hettwer. K. Maurer, K. Svhrie-
fe-Is, Ii. Sc-hendzelos, XV. Pe-IL-rs, H. Schriml.
Row 3. R. Reine, L. YVard, V. Theisen, B. Iiveslage, A. Ervin
M. Cary, S. Slocumb, H. Deering, IJ. Lepinski, I.
Row 1. T. Hodgin, L. Murray, V. Marvin, C. Morben, G
Todd, E. Zimmermann, J. IJocke-nrlorf, Mr. L. Olds
Ilowfl. YN. Raymond, V. Harlgravos, A. Moll, R. Mvtzroth
Ii. Tillill, .I. Thivnc-s, I-I. Solfvlt.
Row Ii. G. Truclm-ll, G. Ilavison, II. Swanson, IC. Gruber, I.
Slrummc-r, .I. Jordon, IJ. Ii0t'fIl'I', T. Mr-Killlms-n.
ADVISOR Y 2l+Mr. Pierson
Row I. H. Imflvrme-ie-r, I.. Gillespie-, F. Phillips, M. Himsi
IC. Johannes, Y. Arm-son, Il. lim-an, Mr. T. K. I'ie-rson
Row 2. M. Gottwald, Ii. Kujawu, Ii. Hg:-rman. T. Lommvll
Ii. Saus-r, IJ. Krami-r, G. Inlrdmann, F. Gaetz, Ii
Row 3. H. Slof-umb, IC. Mund, U. Haub, J. Kecktf-nwald, IJ
Frilz, I'I. Hunstead, Ii. VVegner, R. Laughton.
ADVISORY 37-Miss Raugust
Row 1. L. Danzl, A. Bukowski, F. Dewey, L. Akervik. C
Fussy, P. Anderberg, M. Clark, IJ. Hanger, Miss L
Row 2. B. Rose, N, Thering, R. Sieverding, B. Hunstead, M
Repulski. L. Johnson, M. Dnlrner, V. Stalberger, A
Row II. A. Engel, M. Terres, M. Peterson, Ii. Gill, E. Gill, Ii
Strandberg, IJ. England, M. Hannek, A. Jansen.
ADVISORY 39-Miss Ryberg
Row I. H. I'lac-he-ckl, V. Mm-Donald, I.. Wildman. Ii. Zi-nnvr
Ii. lions, Ii. XVvis, IJ. Krffbshavh, I. Fischer, L. I'acz-
kowski, A. Kipl-ca, B. Hogland.
Row 2. J. Huhman, W. Spas-th, R. Kollman, L. Undersamler
L. Ahles. M. Koglin, R. Midas, V. Behrendt. E. Neil
Row 3. H. Schneider, I. Seymour, G. Kloss, E. Porupsky, IJ
YVarnert, C. Baker, L. Keller, IQ. VVi0klund, B. Martin-
son L. Iiutkowski, Miss A. Ryluerg.
ADVISORY 237- Miss Stovring
Row l. G. Sjogren, H. Pvterson, F. Sauer, VV. Wander, C'
For-hranv. IJ. Merge-n, IJ. Lvnzen, L. Citrowski.
Iiow2. A. Mivhaelscn, IJ. Barrett, M. Boyle, J. SIUFIET, Ii.
Clepper, K. Nulzman, M. P1-iron, N. Saller, Miss I-1
Row 3. IJ. Broding, H. Thomes. B. Ilsley, H. Heed, G. NVQ-y
rens, F. Netgeli, M. Rudolph.
SORY 8' -Mr. Tice
Mr. H. Tice. E. Kilian. J. Goering, YY. Anderson
G. Hcfstaler. I.. Kuebelbeck. D. Ford.
B. Long, J. Butz, Butkowsl-qi, A. Iirutger, I..
Fohsl, I. Varlson, Ii. Ge-rads, I.. Sr-hwin.
H. Bach. G. Belanger, R. Deering, G. Slayer, J.
Mathis, H. Burns.
SORY 20 Mr. Zeyher
R. liuret, I.. Urth, In. I-.Ile-r. I. Arnzr-n. I.. l'inu'k
W. I-Ithc-n. Ii. llaml, H. Brown. F Sr-hne-ids-r, 1'
Kncsf-, Mr. T. Ze-yher.
H. Hornilmrook, Y. Ilombrcwski, IS. Nluntlff-ring,
Ib. Hit-kers, IJ, Henning, G. Hartman. IJ, Witt
I.. Lyons, F. Udegard, VV. YVengcrl.
IJ. Anderson, H. Klein, A. Heinen, XV. Ahh-s, F.
VVoItr-rs, C'. Stockinger, E. Schroeder, K. Bennett
J. Grams. I-I. Kater, IJ. Moore.
Jo Tec's sophomore friends haven't let their inexperience and general "newness" retard
participation in the many activities which were offered during the year. Willing to learn
and anxious to reach the dignified status of a Tech student, the sophomores survived with
flying honors the many and varied initiation practices which upperclassmen were wont to inflict.
lt was only a matter of a few weeks before Jo Tec saw his classmates join the ranks of
the football and basket ball teams. Each time the band, chorus, or orchestra performed,
he saw that members of his class formed a large part of each organization. They are proud of
their first year of high school and appropriately so. Displaying initiative and a typical Tech
spirit of cooperation, the sophomore class was well represented in the Art Club, Floriculture
Club and Student Council, as well as the class dramatic club, the Thespians. A good ma-
jority of the class attended the vocational lectures which were sponsored by the guidance de-
partment during the winter months.
Under the leadership of Jack Sartell, presidentg Gary Davison, vice-president, Gayle
Nelson, secretary, and Keith Mauer, treasurer, they completed their first year of high school.
For the Sophomore Class, Jack
Sartell was chosen president. Serving
as vice-president is Gary Davison,
band member. Filling the oflices of
secretary and treasurer are Gayle Nel-
son and Keith Mauer, respectively.
Class Room Scene
Fonts, families and "pied" type
are pass words in the print shop
where these boys are setting up an
issue of The Tech. VVhile one
printer is engrossed in getting that
ad just right, another distributes
type, which consists of sorting it
and replacing each letter in its pro-
per place. The print shop is run
on a regular plant schedule with
students alternating foremen or
Apparently attracted by the agile
antics of some aquatics in an aquari-
um, Bunny Streitz and DeL0ris
Brinkman stop to ambush them.
This choice hit of marinal activity
is only one of the fascinating nature
exhibits in the biology room.
Everything from politics to
educational reforms was at-
tacked and defended by Chair-
man Howard Luehman and his
associates. Learning the tech-
nique of formal discussion is an
important phaseofspeech work.
. ' I
With the possibility of usurping
the fame of Mit-haelangelo looming
brightly before him, Bill Potter en-
thusiastically molds a few pounds
of clammy clay into a life-like image
of the Little Corporal: or eould it be
Pinnoehio? These embryonic' artists
diligently pursue their 1-hosen field
of sketc-hing, oil painting or commer-
Class Room loene
"The world's greatest thinkers
have' often been amateurs . . .
Judglflg from this display of con-
f'9ntTaU0Yl, the Tech library is apt
T0 Produce renowned philosophers
by the dozen.
of English XII
a friend of theirs
g his term theme.
These five .minute talks called
for extensive research and
preparation. And relax they
should, for their turn will
come all too soon.
Ula " lloom i'Cilll0
Extracting splinters is not the
least of Mr. Turner's duties: opines
H. Nathe whose carpentry exploits
in the woodworking shop were in-
terrupted by a stray piece of hard-
Machine shop courses gixe many
Tech boys an opportunity for pract-
cal application of mechanical tech-
niques. Drilling, metal work and
lathe work' these are only a few
of the manual lessons taught in this
popular class room.
What are automobiles made of?
And while they're about it, the
automotive students follow up this
question with an undaunted 'twhy".
Those grimy Fingers and streaked
coveralls lend a very professional
air to the labors of these future me-
chanics. Class work consists of
diagnosing all types of car trouble
plus taking cars apart and putting
them together again.
Left to right are: D. Ellenbecker, K. Allman, T. Varner, Mr. F. Lunemann, Imogene Bretz, and Miss A. Ryberg.
If you happen to be going by room 102 on Tuesday morning and hear a disturbance which
sounds as if Patrick Henry and Daniel Webster were waging a debate, it could probably be
traced to a session of the Student Council. During the past year, the Student Council has
been especially active in solving student problems and sponsoring worthwhile projects.
Jo Tec was the representative from homeroom thirteen. Under the leadership of their com-
petent vice-president, he and his fellow council members conducted a successful homecom-
ing. Seasonal projects were carried on at Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter.
ATl0 AL H0 UR, UUIETY
Row 1: M. Dawson, L. Cochrane, E. Graham,
A. Lease, I. Ohs, M. Bengtson, E. Jaskowiak,
Row 2: L. Friebe, G. Chirhart, I. Bretz, E.
Jordan, D. Ellenbecker, R. Klein, K. Allman,
M. Winter. Row 3: P. Kyle, J. Gilman, C.
Gregory, L. Brammer, H. Gulde, R. Manuel,
R. Clark, B. Streitz.
Jo Tec was not an ordinary student
in school. He maintained high stand-
ards in scholarship, character, leader-
ship, and service. In recognition
of this fact he and twenty-three
other seniors were elected to the
Sigma Sigma Chi at the close of the
second milestone of their high school
'careers. The students elected at this
time voted that the organization
should become active after a long
period of inactivity. Thirty-five
juniors and seniors became members
during the past year. Fifteen per
cent of the senior class is the maxi-
mum number for membership.
Many students of Tech High, including Jo Tec, entered some phase of declamation for the
purpose of developing poise and public speaking, interpretative reading, memorized oratory
or original oratory. This year all fields of declamation were ably represented and more
students participated in the events than in any year previous. The final selections of the
best speakers were done by ratings and all who entered were critized as to their interpreta-
tion. All those who received a high rating proceeded to the next contest. This picture
shows the dramatic gestures and various poses of our public speakers.
Row 1: Miss M. Bacon, C. Metzroth,
J. Almer, P. Streeter, M. Bengtson,
V. Weilzel, S. Mikel, IJ. McDowell,
I. Tamble, N. Gale. Row 2: B. Ergen-
hright, M. Dawson, R. Robbins, L.
Friehe, P. Kyle, K. Allman, D. Ellen-
becker, R. Mettenberg, D. Ware, A.
Lease, T. Snyder. Row 3: F. Stangl,
J. Gilman, J. Welsh, M. Hall, B.
Wengert, L. Hicks, J. Estey, G, Bur-
barossa, E. Jordan, A. Sarver.
Any junior or senior is eligible
for Masquers if he is in the
upper one-third of his class
and if he has sufiicient ability
to pass a successful tryoutw
a tryout which usually leaves
him with weak knees. If he
proves his worth and survives
the initiation he becomes a re-
gular member of the dramatic
club. Then some of them pro-
duce plays, some act in them,
some specialize in make-up
and still others work with
lighting and staging. Mas-
quers produced all school plays
that were presented during
Row l: D. Ware, L. Feia, M. Solfelt, B. Robbin, H. Sauer: V. Stege, B. Mutschler, R. Metzroth. Row 2: K. Allman,
A. Weitzel, E. Trachta, J. Mitchell, R. Klein, D. Sand, E. Poganski, E. Kropp, Miss M. Glaser. Row 3: E. Gruber,
M. Peterson, D. Peterson, B. Wengert, B. Potter, D. Ellenbecker, D. Pearson.
Jo Tec donned his smock, and with his pallet and brush, joined the other members of the
Art Club in painting posters which advertised the many activities around Tech. They
decorated the halls and showcases, assisted in the staging of plays, and attended sketch
UIIMM RCIAL CL ll
The Commercial Techites are a group of students majoring in commercial subjects. Their
primary interest is the promotion of qualities desirable to every aspiring stenographer or
secretary in the business world.
Row 1: G. Zupan, R. Nicolin, F. Hartfiel, E. Graham, E. Gottwald, V. Shank, I. BIGCZ, R. Otto, E. Hartman, Miss
M. Almeter. Row 2: R. Porwall, T. Condon, M. Bentz, R. Denny, P. Geisler, E. Steven, H. Burwick, H. Borsvold,
L. Knier. Row 3: R. Plantenberg, J. Moonier, R. Goerger, L. Mathiasen. E. Jenderseck, J. Dahl, J. Schoumaker,
R. Antil, N. Franmens.
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Row 1 G Zupan R Nrcolrn F Hartflel E Gottwald E Graham V Shank I Bretz L Fera L Hang D Allen
R P amann R.ow2 P Schlgaheck R Porwall T Condon M Bentz P Gersler R Denny H Burwrck E Sceven
Row 3 V Mund ll. Plantenberg J Moomer R Goerger J Dahl J
L Knrer H Bcrsvold MIS M Almeter
N Franmens E .lender-seek L Mathrasen
o raphy II Certr
Schoumaker R Antrl
The Semor Order of Gregg Artrsts rs composed of semors takmg Sten g
the Gregg Company to all who quahfy as competent wrrters of short
hand and as hrgh speed typrsts
.IUNIUII IIRIIER UF GREGG ARTISTS
Row 1 D F
Eelnther M Thersln I:-IRBEMIE
EM H L'ge'0s M Skrur-ud
Munsrnger E Theme
Row 2 L Drmler N Ordahl:
E Allen C Zrska S Anderson
A Krdlas J Sevada Mrss M
Vlmeter Row 3 L Molme
E liste? P Lewls I Wersman
ers M Symanretz E
Rachel ROW4 J Mund
Rerschl V Froelrng M Lame!-I
B Hartman M Pnepsen E
Hmz D Sand
3'o Se a member of the
Stud G A Club, e
em must be able to
wnte artrstlc and fluent
shorthand outhnes whrch
are 3PProved by the
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iifxliimeis approved byPtheym'I?3lJi?r?1'he
the club bec.c:1m:,E3 wliiyclh overran the
Hheinle tlji? fear was attributed is
Shhog fellows who felt they neede
t es - impetuous girls dur'
ing Leap Year. I J Bergen, L.
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Row 1' Mk afnick. Row 21 L' MCCB
McNeal. JA r dh ms. D. Punt, G- Miner'
D. Stewart, T- Wa '
GERMA UL B
This organization is interested in
matters connected with Germany.
Their meetings are conducted in
German, and outside speakers are
asked to talk at their assemblies.
Row 1: G. Hartman, E. Kruchten, C.
Studer, B, Robbin, M. Rcsenberger, R.
Otto, E. Hartman, Mr. T. M. Zeyher.
Row 2: P. Geisler, V. Hermanson, B.
Olzenak, J. Richter, L. Benson, R. Kollman
ll. More, R. Scholtes. Row 3: M. Moll
V. Christen, E. Hinnenkamp, R. Goerger
M. Braman, ID. Sworsky, M. Cary, L
The objective of the Hec Tec
Club is to form a connecting link
between the home and the school,
to train young women to be ac-
tive and efficient leaders in home
and community life, and to fur-
nish an opportunity, through
organization, for social life. Mem-
bership is limited to twenty-five
girls taking the Home Economics
course, who are elected by a ma-
jority of the club. This year the
c1ub's most outstanding events
have been the Homecoming and
Take along those empty fiower
pots and sprinkling cans because
we are going for a visit to the
green-house where the Floricul-
ture Club has transformed a bar-
ren and wasted spot into a verit-
able wonderland of beauty. The
big annual event of this club is the
sale of plants on Mother's Day,
from which money is obtained for
the next year. Numerous other
plant sales have also been held.
The only requirement for mem-
bership in this organization is an
interest in the growing of fiowers.
mu 4 9
This y .
spo ear the Quin and S
Q hsored th . croll C1
which was V6 Christmas Seal Salib
Souvenir progiiiuccessflil, and the
,, basketball for the district
' stud Eames. Any
ent may becom Journalism
if he h of Printed st
C M" H- Wm
has inches e 3 member he
if average grade Ones and
Any Tech boy who has earned
a letter in athletics is eligible
for membership in the Letter-
man's Club. The main pur-
pose of this club is to foster
sportsman like conduct, both
in and out of athletics.
Row 1: S. Kaplan, V. Schwarenbach,
R. Knme, R. Bitner, C. Fuhre, B.
Steffen, J. Krainick, Mr. V. Morrison.
Row 2: M. Moll, S. Hoover, R.
Hidden, B. Hary, B. Stevenson, J
Stemnn, W. Schmidt. Row 3: C
Gregory, B. Bennewitz. D. Brzinski
C. Backes, D. Luckemeyer, D. Truzin-
ski, C. Baker, D. Stewart.
ochrane, I Oh mayer, J Webe
ROW 2: A 5' V- Wefzel I fr L.
man, Pres. Mccmy. Secfrreis D"'P0n,
'J- Est '- D. B ,
ey. H. Luehmann' L Brel:
Row 1: L. Ward, G. Trudell, M. Kennedy, W. Anderberg, E. Kennedy, B. Tillitt, Mr. H. Gruba. Row 2:
G. Berger, C. Kneir, H. Deering, E. Thull.
In addition to many field trips, which are but a small part of scout activities, the
boy scouts here at Tech presented a radio script and developed individual crafts and
hobbies. The aim of every member is to become an Eagle Scout.
Row 1: E. Hartman, G. Brandenburger, I. Stavrum, D. McDowell, F. Kaplan, i. Ohs, C. Metzroth, Mr
M. Omann. Row 2: A. Johnson, R. Pramann, P. Sam-Il, B. Olzenak, L. Cochrane, J. Weber, R. Robbins
P. Porwoll. Row 3: H. Hawkins, E. Jordon, E. Talbert, P. Kyle, D. Minton, R. Mettenberg, R. Plachecki
In addition to debates and discussions concerning current national problems, the
learning of American folk dances was another of the activities of the Young American
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Row 1: E. Munsinger, B. Trebtoake, E. Trachta, D. Pearson, M. Moog, B. Mutschler. Row 2: M. Posse,
P. Butler, A. DaMarais, H. Lang, J. Phillips, A. Hettwer, J. Lavender.
Meetings conducted in French, book reports, and dressing dolls in native French
costumes-these tended to increase student interest in the French people.
NO, the Tech T N T is not an explosive it is an organzzatio f
I . n o energetic feminine Techites
These girls sponsored a formal dance and the Christm'1s toy project
ROW 13 I- 0518. U. Ware, L. Cochrane, M. Dawson, E. Jaskowiak, Miss C
Ileedahl. Row 2: D. Brinkman, R. Klein, P. Kyle, D. Ellenbecker
Allman, V. Poster, M. Winner
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fFrom left to:-ight? U Haub V Shorey C Lnngton B Wengert Mr O Nelson W Wenger! E Kennedy
The movies which have raised your hair taken your breath or just made you feel as
1 you were becoming a bit more educated, were all shown to you by members of the
Projection Club The members run the movie-machine at any time, whether it is needed
for class work, or merely for amusement
H. Luehmann, L. McCarty, J.
Estey, L. Cochrane, J. Weher,
I. Ohs, U. Larson, H. Borsvold,
M. Liljenberg, A. Johnson, V.
If Jo Tec were joumalistically inclined he probably spent rnuch
time in room 123 with the rest of the Tech staH. This All-Ameri-
can publication reflects the life of our school and is a very welcome
visitor in the various homerooms on alternate Fridays. The Tech
is proud of the fine record its members have made in all extra-
curriculars in school.
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X' - n printing instructor' qzscplrinters. Above.
To the left Mr' Plerlionelavspapef with one oft: Erickson and Chet
. h Tec 1, Bo
il ff. Zetting gut! gectenwald, Torn Loggi
' Mund, ac Us of the talk into 9 '
Dum the resu fi A
ROW1, M .
C. Fussy Zgbol, M. Witte, T CO
spectfvely of ' 'ns and'vffgf.1-
iss Alice Hawk.
the 18 H '
spends 80 m newspaper glnzeln adviger
worded she gfcfnzlgzey' "D05if1g13nnng,.t0 figure ojtmiviusizess manager re.
ow up for the picggreweitzel, the Oth-gr tme editorial Staff
Pan 48 ' ager, was so
gZC3l3oweI'1. ,Rosntgnbegf V. Weitzgv
Krogzehhr- Hermanson, fudolph,
Alice Illawlg- Schmidt, V. Hgwrencef D.
ms. lflzel, Miss
r. H. W. Witt-
mayer, the Techoes editorial staff f
saw that all of Jo Tec's friends were
represented in the 1940 yearbook.
In an effort to present an accurate
and complete history of school life
at Tech, fifteen senior boys and girls
divided editorial duties. They are
H. Gulde M
, . Van Selow, L. Coch-
rane, E. Jaskowiak
, L. Schmid, M
, . Poster, L. McCarty
E. Mohs, B Streit
. z, A. Johnson, J.,
Estey and H. Borsvold. At the right,
A. Lease and L. Friebe
ponder some mo
concerning the Techoes.
th the aid of M
Writing copy l
, seecting pictures, and reading proof occupy a large part of
the Techoes staffs after-school hours. Check, check, and recheck! This
is the motto apparently adopted by the staff at th' '
, . not for the energ h
- annual If IF were 'bility Of t e
It would be impossible totpgbhsllh Their hands lies the r9SP0nsl
' 5 3 ' ' ents.
. -t of the business f advertisem
Silimggriliwrion drive and the sale 0
- kles is confi-
Manager M' SUCO ann, who
aw: his approval to anotiliig
Klan to help finanC6
, E. Solfelt, D. Ellenbecker, J. Gilman, L.
n G Todd L Almer, A. Ervin
Row 1. L. Brammer, D. Pick, M. Dawso , . . -
Reller, N. Gale, P. Streeter.
Row 2. H. Luehman, L. Davis, R. Olson, R. Richter, D. Pung, J. Simmeru, M. Ayenl. M- BCD!!-. A- Pennebetker.
L. Weiman, E. Sheel, W. Boerger, T. McKibben, B. Wengert, V. Hartzravm. T. Hodlim, 1- OBS. K- Easel!-
Row 3. P. Sharp, B. Hoglund, C. Morbin, C. Widman, J. Henkemeyer, L. McNeal, D. McKibben, J. Ellenbecker,
L. Jackson, J. Fsndel, C. Veenstra, E. Zimmerman, M. McDonald, J. Benson, W. Radke, D. McGandy, R.
Mallinger, H. Malmborg, L. Haggbloom, E. Porupsky, R. Anderson, A. Hodzin, V. Mund, M. Campbell,
H. Homibrook, A. Moll, V. Stege, P. Hanson.
Row 4. Mr. E. Hertz, M. Bengston, K. Davison, G. Davison, A. Atwood, E. McNeal,'N. Franssens, R. Robbins, B.
Tillitt, L. Boman, F. Stangl, J. Paulson, P. Ervin, H. Swanson, S. Palm, W. Raymond, B. Laughbon, H.
Berstrom, B. Thienes, B. Tuher, D. Gmmpstrup, C. Binnie, D. Johnson, L. Friebe.
Raw 1: G R
J..Sa:tl:5l Dawson, S. Silverness L
Row ' ' Kyle, C. Metzroth G' ' Cochnne, B. Olsen C .
2: J. Stlihger - - Brandenbe, . . Blume, L. G. l
. R. P,-Aman Her, B, Benn nllmple C C
V- Morehouse, J. Be n- C. Studer, G. Chirh n. J. Almer, F. Hartflel . ochrgne. A. Lengu
Row 3: G- Gillespie A J nson, B. Thienml K- Helga VA 'IE,,,a, E4 Nelson R Bo . - B. Wengert, B. Thienes, Mr. E. A. Hertz,
, . . . ' - os
-1-Jordan. T. Snyggxrsxl, E' Anderson. E. Allen 1 ebbw' B- Mutsr-hler. n. 'Ail-Jordan' L' Hllgbloom L' Mmm' L' Richwf- M- DWWH-
ROW41 A. Wenzel R 1 'K0"""' F-Stung! A Penrl-briaegeli' W. Shield J H IG. Mcuowen' A R' Robbim- C- Merzmmh, J. Ellenbecker
. . - ' ' e 1 - a . '
Claerboutl J' Wfgllilblns, R- Mettenberg L Hw cker, M. Macllonald, Creighton, M. Fowle B' Mt-Kibben'
s , P' Ervin, NA Gale. M. xcks, W. Allen G B . B. Bartlett, L- R, h r.
. . Luson L - - elanger, A S 10 Yer.
' ' Gfeely. P. S, ' afver. J. nine, R
rtell, B, Lee- . . Zennery J'
ROW 1' P Lind:
' ' an- D- McD .
Carte . R . Owell, G. Fn k, M. - ,
Witter V 2. R. Urlebeckey A. Hempil B Skrllrud, H. LIKCFOS, L. Zem-,er E J ,
Gm emzel. Row 3: W. Johnson Pi I-:Hedlund, H. Fiaia P Weihrall h. sskowmk, D. Busch E Miner M, H
. . awrence, B, Feneis M W' , - awrence R. Denn . . C , . Knana B T v - , lx
, . ,men . y, E. Strandberg M PH , . rebtoske, V. Pettit M
' ' 9PSen, J, ' '
C. Binnie, N. Gale, P. Ervin.
J. Almer, E. Nelson.
T. Snyder, B. Benson, W. Shield, K. Davison.
Mitchell, N, Qrdnm E
All things considered, Tech can well be proud of its music depart-
ment. Under the direction of Mr. Erwin A. Hertz and Miss
Helen Carter, both vocal and instrumental groups have made
notable progress. Any student who owns a musical instrument,
has an appreciation of good music and sufficient perseverence to
learn how to play may become a. member of the band or orchestra.
Requirements for membership in the chorus or girls' glee club are,
primarily, a high sense of responsibility and cooperation.
After receiving three "A" ratings in the 1939 National Band Com-
petition, the band re-entered the contest again this spring. The
organization took to the road on three other occasions-one to
St. Louis Park and two to out of town athletic games. Presentation
of the first operetta at Tech in eleven years was in the hands of
the chorus and orchestra. If "Jerry" were any indication, Jo Tec
clamours for more.
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"Jerry", a two act operetta, was presented by the chorus and orchestra
on November 3. The title role, "Jerry", was played by Mary Ann Dawson.
In the supporting cast were Edward Jordan, Rae Robbins, Jim Welsh,
Janette Almer, Fred Stangl, Al Sarver and Leslie Hicks. Mr. E. Hertz was '
the musical director and Miss M. Bacon was in charge of dramatics. The 1
dancers of the minuet, pictured above are: Jim Jordan, Lois Naegeli,
Lloyd Haggbloom, Betty Mutschler, Jack Sartell, and Ina Marie Ohs. This
story tells of Jerry Bank, who is afraid she will be arrested because she de-
molished the police station with her aunt's automobile. In order to get away from it all she, goes out West and begins to work
for Allan O'Day, a wealthy Easterner, who is in love with Sandy Bank, Jerry's cousin. Jerry owns some land and because it is
rumored that there is oil on the property, many people wish to buy it. She does not sell, and oil is discovered. After this Jerry
reveals her identity "and everyone lives happily ever after".
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Was it the timidness of Nancy Mutschler or the cheerfulness of Doris McDowell, that set the school astir during the Christmas
season when the play "Tinsel" was presented? Well, all in all, it was an outstanding cast. The directing was done by Miss
Myrtle Bacon with Doris Mae Ware as assistant director: The cast pictured below is as follows: Doris Ellenbecker, Doris
Mae Ware, Milton Hall, Karel Allman, Gordon Barbarossa, Doris McDowell, Nancy Mutschler, Jean Estey, Irene Tamble,
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Welcome This sign is blazing a hearty greeting to all alumni who came back to Tech for the 1940
homecoming game tea and dance. The very thought of homecoming makes the blood tingle in the veins
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Nancy Gale are
drawing up the
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Put the Bee on Ferdinand is the theme carried out by the 1939 homecoming floats On the senior float in the left
hand corner is Karel Allman Could it be that she is urging the bee to sting Ferdinand or is she Just trying to appease
the bull" In the nght hand corner is camera shy Norman Ness and Harold Brodmg trailing the g'1g8IltlC tiger through
The fellows are seen above as they get ready for their daily work-out. Jo Tec is
there too, although you can't see him. One of the men lured him into a locker and
closed the door in his face.
In the picture below, Coach Tom Antil is
illustrating for a Tiger man just how to
"hold that line." Coach Antil was another
of the cogs which made the wheels go
around. His exceptional knowledge of
football and well-trained bodies has made
him a popular person at Tech.
Coach Vernon Morrison is pic-
tured above as he corrects a mis-
take made by one of the Tigers.
Coach Morrison was an impor-
tant figure in building a sturdy,
courageous team. Because of his
keen ability to work with the
fellows, he was largely responsible
for the many Tiger victories.
The Pigskin hurtles high as two Tigers struggle to intercept it, and intercept
it they did. After all, how could they fail when they had the moral support
of Jo Tec on the sidelines, waving his banner, like the wild man from Borneo
would have waved a club at an intruder, and yelling so loudly that it could
easily be mistaken for thunder. After stealing the ball out of the air, the
jungle cats wormed their way through stubborn opposition to a touchdown.
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Row 1: J. Benson, J. Sartell, T. McKibben, F. Terres, D. Gorman, J. Theines,
A. Allen, T. Snyder, W. Adams, D. Ross, R. Hadden. Row 2: R. Smith, R.
Turner, K. Nutzman, R. Shaefer, J. Ellenbecker, L. Ward, R. Anderson, R.
Jensen, H. Deering, R. Miller, W. Long, H. McCormick, S. Palm. Row 3: K.
Davison, G. Davison, J. Botz, H. Bauman, A. Atwood, H. Malmberg, J. Biller,
J. Grier, M. Trebtoske, E. Keller, D. Johnson, J. Lauer.
Speaking of outstanding gridiron plays, do you remember:
The opening gridiron battle? Do you remember the sudden
burst of excitement as Dick Luckemeyer made a spectacular
80 yard run to score Tech's first touchdown against Central?
Central High won by a small margin. Of course you remember
the game between Cathedral and Tech? But do you remember
the punt Jim Krafnick returned from the 21 yard stripe for
a touchdown? Do you recall the time Bemidji had the ball
on the Tiger six-inch line with first down and a goal to go?
As the crowd sat tense with suspense, and an occasional "Hold
that line" came from the cheering section, the Tigers kicked
their way out of the danger zone. A sigh of relief swept over
the local fans as the gun sounded a 6-0 win as a reward for
Tech's efforts. The homecoming game was undoubtedly the
most thrilling of all. The score was six to six until Reed of
Alexandria intercepted a pass and galloped 85 yards for the
winning touchdown, but the Tigers are out for blood next sea-
son with the hopes of winning even more than they did in 1939.
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Tackle Guard Quarterback Manager
Row 1: L. McCarty, manager: Hadden, Bitner,
Krafnick, Truzinski. Row 2: Johnson, assistant
coach: Renng Hary, Stevenson, Gregory. Row 3:
Johnson, Zahn, Wadhams, Luckemeyer, Antil,
Starting with a nucleus of but two lettennen coach Tommy
Antil produced a team that finished the season with a
rush and succeeded in winning the nineteenth district
championship in the annual tournament held at St. Cloud.
In the regional tournament held at Minneapolis, Tech won
third place, losing to Marshall of Minneapolis in the first
round but coming back to defeat Paynesville in the con-
solation by a score of 39-29. Play of the 1940 Tigers was
built around a fast breaking offense and a close man-for-
man defense. Players who were outstanding were Hary
and Truzinski who were both all-district and all-regional
selections and Krafnick who led the year's scoring and
who was all-district forward.
Tommy Antil. The big Bob Hary. A cool re-
reason for the successful sourceful leader who was
basket ball season that was responsible for directing the
Tech's during 1939-40. Tigers' floor play during
An action shot taken during the Tech-Albany game in
the district tournament. Fox, Albany center, has the
ball but seems in poor position to do anything about it.
Luckemeyer is heading for the other end of the court
while Hary seems puzzled by it all. The boy tearing his
hair is Beuning of Albany.
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Left: Jimmy Krafnick, all-district forward. Jim led the team in scor-
ing during the year and was the spark plug of the Tech offense. He will
be missed as will the rest of the senior athletes pictured below. Left
center. Bob Stevenson. Stevie played a regular guard position for the
Tigers. A sprained ankle in the regional games ended his high school
career. Bottom left: Dick Bitner. Dick was one of our best scoring
guards. He was better known as "The Pride Of Western Union."
Bottom center: Ralph Hadden. Hadden was one of the best shots on
the squad and a sure scorer when injected into the game during close
contests. He turned in his best game during the Big Lake-Tech battle
in the district Tournament. Bottom right: Harvey Zahn. A new
athlete in Tech who came from Two Harbors. Reliable in play he filled
a great need for a tall center.
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Tech 29 - f f - - Staples 25
Tech 22 - ---- Crosby
Tech 34 ------ Holdingford
Tech 42 ---- - Little Falls
Tech 20 -----a Staples
Tech 26 ------ Alexandria
Tech 27 -f-. - - - Brainerd
Tech 22 ---- - - Crosby
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Here you see the "B" Squad. This team of
underclassmen played a regular schedule of
games as preparation for play on the varsity
next year. To top off the season the Cubs de-
feated Royalton and Sauk Rapids in the Tech
Trophy Tournament and brought home a beauti-
ful trophy. The play of these boys was char-
acterized by a never-say-die spirit. They were
coached by Mr. Ray Stensrud.
Back row: Baker, Swanson, Weber, Virden.
Middle row: Hadden, Cunningham, Savage,
coach Stensrud. Front row: Turner, McKibben.
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The score board in the background shows why
Louie Lawrence, the Tech mascot, is up in the
air. It reads Tech 34, Big Lake 15. It repre-
sents the final score in the final game of the djs-
trict tournament. Louie was chief towel-
thrower-outer and getter-inner. The grins on
the other faces show how they feel about the
Superintendent of Monticello schools, Mr.
Holton, presents the district trophy to captain
Hary. Bob is so excited that he doesn't see
the proffered hand but instead is reaching for
the trophy. Take your time Bob, nobody can
take it away from you now.
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In the above left picture, Sidney
Kaplan piles up another five
points for Tech as he breaks the
tape in the hundred yard dash at
the St. John's invitational meet.
This is the race in which Dick
Luckemeyer was so astounded
by the report of the ofiicial's gun,
that he stood petrified as his
competitors plowed up the ground
to the finish line, leaving a very
puzzled and doleful fellow "in
the dust". Or at least, that's the
way the story is told.
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In the picture to the left, we discover Cliff Keller making his bid on a turn
for the half-mile run. Cliff Keller not only won the district half-mile
race, but also copped the St. John's invitational championship, setting
a new district record as he finished the 880 in two minutes, ten and nine
tenths seconds. At the lower left is Alvah Bright and Dick Luckemeyer,
relaxing after a stii warm-up. Alvah was the shot-put artist, while
Dick, of course, specialized in the dash. Oh, boy! ! Just look at Ed
Zins clear that high-jump Eddy won the pole vault by clearing the
bar at ten feet. What a jump! !
Mr Vernon Morrison and Mr Lloyd Johnson worked hard, coaching the
experienced and inexperienced track men. Preliminary workouts were
held indoors, where the fellows worked the kinks out of their stiff and
out-of-practise bodies. Handicaps were numerous when it came to track
training A lack of training space was one of the liabilitiesg however,
the Teachers' College field was used occasionally. Only two major
lettermen returned from the previous year, but in spite of all of the
"Bad Breaks", Tech came out with proudly earned honors.
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The juniors came through again-and was
Jo Tec proud! The seniors were defeated
by the junior team in the class basket ball
tournament. The members of the team are:
back row, Doris Krogh, Margaret Campbell,
Pat Butler, and Joyce Mundg front row,
Jean Davis, Loretta Gill, and Alvina Nohner,
co-captains, and Beatrice Reimer. They were
chosen from two teams and were representa-
tives of their class in the inter-class tourney.
As the strains of the Skater's Waltz came from Lake
George, Marjorie Saatzer makes figure eights, and twirls
forty-two revolutions per minute. Marjorie is head of
outdoor sports for the G. A. A. She collects points for
ice and roller skating, skiing, tobogganing, bicycling,
and hiking. Each student receives one point for every
two miles or two hours, depending upon the activity.
During skating season, Marjorie helped those who
wanted to learn to figure skate and gave pointers on
good form in general skating. She also verified and
kept records of hours spent in actual skating. This
new department, outdoor sports, was created because
it was felt that these activities were just as important
as those carried on within the school. It also enabled
those who could not stay for after-school activities to
earn points toward membership into the organization.
Lake George plays an important part in winter sports
for Tech athletes.
Jo Tec peered in' and snapped
this action shot during an ex-
citing tournament game.
Screened by her co-players,
Jean Davis and Loretta Gill,
Alvina Nohner shoots for the
basket. Basketball is the out-
standing sport in girl's athletics,
this was evidenced by the
seventy-two participants last
season. The activity is divided
into two parts, the first six
lessons being devoted to funda-
mentals of the game, while
the rest of the time is spent on
the round robin and inter-
class tournaments. The round
robin tournament is a pre-
liminary contest played for
the purpose of getting ac-
quainted with one another's
style of playing and to find
material for the all-star teams.
GIRL ATHL 'PICS
Jo Tec was curious, and decided to find out
what the heads of the various departments in
girls' sports did. He snapped this picture while
they were discussing their point system. From
left to right in the above snapshot are Virginia
Schendzelos, archery, Marie Gutzke, vice-
pres. of G. A. A.: Bernice Streitz, pres. of G.
A. A., Marjorie Saatzer, outdoor sportsg Virginia
Mund, sec.-treas. of G. A. A., Pat Butler, dance
club, Loretta Gill, swimmingg Lorraine Greely,
basket ballg Margaret Campbell, volley ballg
and Joyce Mund, badminton. These girls are
Miss Raugust's right-hand helpers while their
activity is in session.
Spring, and a girl's fancy turns to-Archery.
This is one of the newer activities sponsored by
the G. A. A., and it has been accepted as "tops"
in girls' athletics by many Tech students. The
upper left snapshot shows a group of girls,
Beatrice Reimer, Jean Davis, Loretta Gill,
Helen Eicholt, Marylyne McCormick and Vir-
ginia Schendzelos, gathered around the target
to see what kind of a score one of their fellow
archers received. Archery is not only an after-
school sport, it was also played by the advanced
gym classes early last fall. Virginia Schendzelos,
head of archery, has been very active in both
gym class and after-school work. Below, in the
lower left picture, Beatrice Reimer and Virginia
Schendzelos are notching their arrows. Work
is done both outside and inside. The beginners
learn their first steps of establishing aim, notch-
ing the arrow, maintaining correct posture, and
stringing the bow, indoors.
1-2-3-4, 1-2-3-4, this simple suggestion of ryhthm is
enough to make Jo Tec go into powerful leaps, falls,
and syncopated runs. The purpose of the club is to
give those interested in the dance creative opportuni-
ties, and at the same time acquire grace and poise.
Anyone interested in the dance movements is eligible
to join, as it offers work in modern dance techniques
and simple composition. At the meeting which
are held two nights a week, current topics on the dance
and its prominent artists are discussed. Some en-
thusiasts of Orchesis shown in the above pictures are:
Margaret Campbell, Patricia Butler, president of the
club, Margaret Ayers and Lois Strommen.
The Girls' Athletic Association of Tech is organized
primarily to foster good sportsmanship, and develop
a genuine interest in varied types of sports. A meet-
ing of the G. A. A. takes place every night after school,
providing there is an activity in session. Nearly all
who participate in these sports are already members
who are working to gain points for admission into the
organization. All members like to consider themselves
potential Alice Marbles, Eleanor Holmses, Doris
Humphreys and other prominent professionals. Be-
cause diiferent girls have more ability in one sport
than in another, members of the G. A. A. are chosen
to supervise different branches of sports in order to
further their ambitions. These supervisors also act
as an aid to Miss Raugust. The initiations are held
in the fall and spring of the yearg Jo Tec is always on
hand to claim his share of fun.
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These Tech students, with the aid
of Miss Bacon, wrote their own talks
on tuberculosis and gave them be-
fore an assembly. This informal
shot shows them preparing their
talks. It looks as if Bill Potter is
doing some intense thinking.
The T. N. T. Club is pictured relaxing after
sewing doll clothes for their Christmas project.
Doris Ellenbecker is getting ready to do away
with those popcorn balls before Pat Kyle or
Mary Ann Dawson can get to themg Miss Ledahl
seems to be enjoying hers, too. Right-These
girls are singing their heartiest to show their
Tech spirit during the homecoming pepfest.
They are wearing their Tech badges, while
Rita Gill is carrying the pennant which shows
the Tech Tiger.
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Rita Mettenberg, and Marcy Van Selow smile
sweetly as the photographer snaps them. If
they continue to work as diligently as they
have prior to this, their diplomas will never
have reason to feel as if they had been slighted.
Are they happy? Yes! But even so,
their thoughts are rather serious: as
they realize that the majority of their
problems are actually just beginning,
and the education they have gained
in the past will serve as a trail mark
toward future success.
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Melodious music rang harmoniously throughout
the auditorium as this quartet took its position be-
hind the musical octaves, consisting of bells. The
quartet sang solos, duets, and also sang as a
single group: this was an added attraction. Witty
remarks mingled with ripples of laughter from a
pleased audience, blended with the outstanding tone
qualities of the bells. The Bell Ringers wore native
costumes which added to the Swiss atmosphere.
As Charles Weidman, Doris Humphrey, and
company gracefully danced across the Tech stage
one March evening, a pleased audience expressed
their gratitude for such artistry by applauding their
grace, until Jo Tec had to hold his ears for fear of
breaking his ear drums.
At the bottom left, we find Elissa Landi, asshe
was suddenly startled by naughty Joe Tec. Miss
Landi was "shot" just after she spoke at the C. M.
E. A. Convention. She is a prominent stage and
screen star, playwright, and sportswoman. In the
lower right corner is the cast of "The Trysting
Place," by Booth Tarkington. The Tech Tigers
howled with laughter as each episode was unfolded
with a rather professional touch. Miss Myrtle
Bacon directed the play.
Around the horn from picture number one in the lower right corner we discover Miss Smith as she distrib-
utes the candy which her homeroom won at the Senior Party. An otherwise familiar face is missingg it's
Jo Tec. Jo just couldn't resist eating till his tummy ached, and from that point on, Jo was no longer a happy
member of the class. In the next picture we see the following: "Now let me see-history? Nope. Geom-
etry? No, I don't think so. Do I have an English assignment? I guess not. Oh! Here we are. How
To Lose Friends and Alienate People. I'll read that!" And so it is with scores of other ambitious stu-
dents who may have to make similar decisions. Could it be possible that Robbinhood has returned? No,
it's merely two Tech girls making an attempt at learning cupid's art. Look out there! You'll get glue on
your trousers. Some of these shop courses certainly do "stick" to one's personality. Jo Tec called a Senior
Class meeting, and every senior was assembled before you could say, "Jack Robinson." Little did they re-
alize that a photographer was lurking incognito just above their heads. "Mmm, now let me see," Miss John-
son muses as she glances at Jay Kievell's English paper. Jay seems rather self-confident, so no matter what
the verdict may be, he will undoubtedly think he is still correct. "Whew!! I'm glad that's over," thinks
Ray Eveslage as he stalks out of class just after giving his term theme. Jim Osgood and Walt Radke were
"on deck" the same day. Mr. Floyd Lueben dials the knobs on his recording machine as he waits for his next
Commercial Class to record their voices. Ohhhh! Do be careful ladies! You'll get your fingers dirty. Evi-
dently Doris Mae Ware and Edris Grahame are interested in automotivesg or could it be the handsome me-
chanics working on the V-8 who are acting as the drawing cards?
Complete with white jackets and black
bow ties, the Tech Hi Hats prepare to
swing out with Jo Tec's favorite tune.
'Tis said, "A little learning is a dangerous
thing .... " So, Doris Mae Ware and Lola
Cochrane delve deeper into the principles
of chemistry -with the aid of Mr. H. Holl-
meyer. Is it Beethoven's "5th" or the
Ensemble Drill? The viola section of the
orchestra is lost in music. In the right
hand corner, Tech's usher staii poses duti-
Operating the new recording machine, which
is the prize possession of the Commercial
Department, is Jim Claerbout. L. Mathia-
son, L. Zenner, F. Kaplan and W. Kouts look
and learn while R. Binzik tests her voice for
volume and quality. The charms of music are
nil as far as the facial expressions of these
cello players indicate. Apparently these girls
know what it's all about as they listen to Mr.
Nelson explain the intricacies of the auto-
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Hertz awards Ramona Gerhardt.
Championship girls' volleyball
team consists of L. Gill, M.
Campbell, P. Butler, J. Mund,
D. Sand, J. Davis, S. Jagiello.
Tech intelligentsia filled the
auditorium stage when the Sigma
Sigma Chi invested new members.
Over the top sails C. Burns as
five camera conscious fellow-
tumblers form a sixable hurdle.
R. Moonier, J. Lengas, G. Sanger,
B. Steffes, E. Mund, and E.
Kennedy are winners of the first
round of intramural basketball.
Miss L. Kropp invades the staff
room after hours.
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201 Elghth Avenue North
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C? "L Edelbroclc Bldg Phone 359
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NASH FINCH COMPANY
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For Meal Fish and Pouflry
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Elg n Ham lton Bulova Watches
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614 ST GERNI AIN STRILPT
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MOlltOI Drug Co
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St Cloud Men s Store
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Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes
Florsheim Shoes Freeman Shoes
St Mary s Buzldmg Phone 899
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SWEET CREAM BLTTER
Purity Mnlk Company
St Cloud Minnesota
Fifth Ave N Phone 613
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572 l'ASl bl' LJERVAIN STRrFl
Congratulate You and Wlsh You
Phone 868 Good IllCk
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Dan Marsh Drug Stores
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70212 St Germain Street
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GRADUATES' Law ofmes of
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STEP THIS WAY PLEASE
To the Class of 1940
You have come a long wav' You dldn t get lost because the Slgn posts
of educatlon are plamly marked from the FIRST GRADE to the EICI-ITH
GRADE and from FRESHMAN to SENIOR You w ere ln the groove
NOW THE PATI-IS DVVERGE In a land of Schools and Colleges Vou
cannot afford to stagnate by stoppmg your educatlon just when rt should be
come SPECIALIZED and INTENSIFIED
PREPARE FOR BUSINESS' It costs much more not to haxe a
Buslness Tralmng than It costs to get one Let us explam thrs apparent para
dox h fore you actually start to lose what you rnlght galn So we say
STFP THIS WAY Please Our advlce based on experlence IS yours
for the askmg
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A"C0UNl"M Drews BLISIHCSS College
St Cloud lVImnesota
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